My life’s dream has always been to be a dance instructor. If money were no object, I would own my own dance studio where I would teach students of all ages, and my school would be open to students of all ability levels, including this living with handicaps. I would open my studio to adults, and I would provide them with dance and fitness classes. Dance, for me, has always proved to be a physical and emotional healer when I’ve needed it. So to provide aspiring dancers with this same release would be an incredible opportunity. Furthermore, I would establish a student dance company, so students could fee involved in their early dance education and potential career. I would have my company students assist in fund raising, costumes, and set design. My senior dancers would have active roles in the company. I would have them assist and substitute children’s classes when necessary, including the classes held for my more handicapped students so they could learn patience and compassion. Furthermore, all company performances would go to benefit a charity of my senior students’ choosing. Running my studio in this manner would ensure that I was producing talented, open hearted, tolerant dancers who were physically and globally aware. I would not only be offering them a healthy, safe, artistic alternative to bad beaver, but I would be sending them into the world with important skills that would enable them with skills and confidence to change the world.